(a) Posting of license. A license issued must be posted in a conspicuous place on the premises for which it is used. A licensed as a shall also post their license, with color photo, in a conspicuous place on the premises at which the therapist is associated. A licensed as a shall have on such at all times therapeutic services are rendered the photo identification card issued by the . The photo identification card issued by the must be presented to each client when providing off-site.
(b) Licensed premises. A license is only effective for the compact and contiguous space specified in the approved license application. If the licensed premises is enlarged, altered or extended, the licensee shall inform the . A license shall entitle the licensed therapist to perform on-site at a business, public gathering, private home or other site not on the premises.
(c) Transfer of license prohibited. The license issued is for the or the premises named on the approved license application. No transfer of a license shall be permitted from place to place or from to without complying with the requirements of an original application.
(d) Affiliation with enterprise required. A shall be employed by, affiliated with or own a enterprise business licensed by the city, unless a or place is specifically exempted from obtaining a license in § 14.263 of this code.
(e) Employment of unlicensed prohibited. No shall employ or use any to perform who is not licensed as a therapeutic under this Division, unless the is specifically exempted from obtaining a therapist license in § 14.263 of this code.
(f) Coverage of genitals during . The licensee shall require that the who is receiving the shall at all times have his or her genitals covered with non-transparent material or clothing.
(g) Therapist clothing requirements. Any therapist performing shall at all times have his or her breasts, buttocks, anus and genitals covered with a non-transparent material or clothing.
(h) Effect of license suspension or revocation. No licensee shall solicit business or offer to perform services while under license suspension or revocation by the city.
(i) of certain body parts prohibited. At no time shall the intentionally or offer to the penis, scrotum, mons veneris, vulva or vaginal area of a .
(j) Restrictions regarding hours of operation. No shall be open for business, nor will any therapeutic offer services, before 8:00 a.m. nor after 10:00 p.m. any day of the week.
(k) Proof of local residency required. In the case of a , the licensee, managing partner or manager of the licensed premises must show proof of residency in one of the following counties: Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Goodhue, Hennepin, Ramsey, Rice, Scott, Washington, Wright in Minnesota, and St. Croix or Pierce in Wisconsin. In the case of therapeutic , the licensee must show proof of residing in one of the following counties: Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Goodhue, Hennepin, Ramsey, Rice, Scott, Washington, Wright in Minnesota, and St. Croix or Pierce in Wisconsin.
(l) Inspections. In light of the high risk of involvement with illegal conduct an establishment providing therapy poses to the general public, the , Environmental Health Department or designee, and/or the City Police Department shall have the right to enter, inspect and search the licensed premises without a search and seizure warrant during the hours in which the licensed premises is open for business. The business records of the licensee, including income tax returns, shall be available for inspection during the hours in which the licensed premises is open for business. The licensee is subject to a $250 fee for a third inspection, if orders to correct are issued to the licensee and those orders are not corrected upon re-inspection.
(m) Posting of rates. All enterprise businesses must post their rates for service in a prominent place in the entrance or lobby of the business.
(n) Illegal activities. A licensee under this Article IV shall be strictly responsible for the conduct of the business being operated in compliance with all applicable laws and ordinances, including the actions of any employee or agent of the licensee on the licensed premises.
(1958 Code, § 169.03) (Ord. 226, passed 3-7-1960; Ord. 74-119, passed 11-18-1974; Ord. 80-55, passed 12-15-1980; Ord. 86-38, passed 6-23-1986; Ord. 93-22, passed 4-26-1993; recodified by Ord. 95-13, passed 8-7-1995; Ord. 2010-8, passed 4-12-2010)